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You might have accidentally edited some pictures ( Did you rotate some pictures? ) If that is the case, then you can not view then again from your camera (unless you can return them back from their original state). But don't worry, it will still be OK on your PC without any problem.
Anyway, to prevent that next time, you must transfer all the pictures to your PC without editing them (don't even rotate the pictures) and then disconnect your camera/memory card before editing the COPIED files.
You need to check whether your camera works or not. Take a picture and download it to PC. If the picture is fine, then looks like your LCD is bad. You need to
replace it. Cheapest way is to buy a used camera, which has good LCD
through EBAy (one sold for parts). You may be able to buy it under $10.
Buy a screwdriver set for $1 from Dollar store. Open the case by
removing 5-6 screws. Be careful not to break the case. It is usually
snapped together. Once the case is open, LCD is easily accessible. The
LCD is connected through a flat cable. The connector has a flap. lift
the flap carefully, and then pull out the cable from the connector.
Replace it with your good LCD. Best of luck.
I found that cheap (new) batteries will not work in my camera. Duracell or Rayovac seem to work best. I added 2 (new) cheaper batteries it took 1 picture the lenses would not retract and the battery light flickered. I found 2 new Durnacell and it works fine now. Hope this helps.
The date and time (and a lot more) are stored with every picture in its EXIF metadata. Any photo viewing/editing program should be able to display this data. To print this data, please consult the documentation for whatever program you're using to print your pictures. Depending on the program and printer you may print the date on the image, in the margins, or on the back.